Monday, March 20, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate, Bonds Rise as Dollar Slips: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Dollar Hits Fresh Four-Month Low as Traders Follow Recent Trends

[Reuters] UK PM May to trigger Brexit on March 29: spokesman

[Bloomberg] First Skirmish of G-20 Sets Scene for Battle of Trade Ideas

[Bloomberg] Bond Market Calm Is Threatened by Fed's $1.75 Trillion MBS Shift

[Bloomberg] Say Hello to $3 Trillion in Forgotten Debt

[Bloomberg] Yellen's Shadow Looms Large Over China Central Bank Policy

[Bloomberg] Yellen Surprises Hedge Funds Who Cut Gold Wagers Before Rally

[CNBC] US to confront China over 'unacceptable' auto policies: Report

[Reuters] China prepares to counter any U.S. trade penalties: sources

[Reuters] China regulates fund outsourcing business in fresh move to curb shadow banking: Sec Times

[Bloomberg] Visco Says ECB Could Reduce Gap Between QE End and Rate Hike

[Reuters] ECB money piles up in Germany as investors wary of risk - Bundesbank

[Reuters] Germany's Merkel and Japan's Abe urge free trade with jabs at U.S.

[CNBC] Saudi Arabia and China just hit the 'next level' for strategic collaboration, Saudi CEO says

[NYT] Choice of I.M.F. Critic Highlights Trump’s Reversal of Global Policy

[NYT] Hedge Fund Titan’s Surefire Bet Turns Into a $4 Billion Loss

[WSJ] Divisions on Trade Dominate G-20 Global Summit

[WSJ] Bond-Yield Rebound Poses a Threat to Stock Rally

[WSJ] It’s Good to Be a CEO, Again: Stocks Rise, and So Does Pay

[FT] Outlook for US corporate profits dims